A Quick Look at Mobile Web Designs

Feb 8 2010 by Brujo Owoh | 32 Comments

If there’s anything web designers learned from the past year, it’s that mobile web usage will continue to soar.

Thanks to smartphones and social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook that promote on-the-go interaction with web applications, the amount of people using mobile devices to access the web has grown exponentially.

A Quick Look at Mobile Web Designs

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Rich-Text Editors for 2010 and Beyond

Feb 2 2010 by Jeff Starr | 64 Comments

Rich-Text Editors, inline content editors, WYSIWYG editors – or whatever you want to call them – are web applications that enable users to enter, edit and manipulate alphanumeric characters while visiting your website. Wherever you have a <textarea> form input on your site, chances are good that its usability could be improved with a Rich-Text Editor.

For example, your comment form is a great place to provide users with the ability to customize their responses with a few clicks of the mouse. RTEs help your visitors format and edit their web-based content by transforming an ordinary input field into a fully functional HTML editor.

Rich-Text Editors for 2010 and Beyond

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An Introduction to Website Split Testing

Jan 11 2010 by Alex Cleanthous | 36 Comments

It’s a fact of life that when people hire a web designer, they don’t just want a website, they want a website that does something! There can be a world of difference between these two things. The "action" they need the website to take for them can be one of several common things: selling products for their business (an e-commerce site), generating sales leads, and/or providing free information in the hope that the visitor will make a purchase from the company at a later date.

An Introduction to Website Split Testing

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20 Fresh & New Design Galleries

Aug 18 2009 by Steven Snell | 42 Comments

Design galleries are a go-to source of inspiration for many web and graphic designers. While there are no shortage of gallery sites out there, a number of new galleries have been launched this year that stand out in some way or have proven to be useful for a specific type of design inspiration. In this post, we’ll feature 20 new galleries that may provide just the inspiration you have been looking for.

The Design Inspiration

The Design Inspiration

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20 Killer iPhone Game Designs

Aug 11 2009 by Jen Gordon | 16 Comments

It’s no secret that beauty does not equal popularity in the App Store, but with competition tightening developers are no longer turning a blind eye to design. The heavies in game development have already dialed in the importance of a well-designed interface and their rankings in the App Store prove this point.

20 Killer iPhone Game Designs

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30 High-Quality Icon Sets for E-Commerce Designs

Jun 21 2009 by Steven Snell | 35 Comments

E-commerce web design brings some unique requirements, and this usually includes the need for specific icons such as shopping carts, credit cards, and others related to the online shopping experience. In this article, we feature 30 sets of quality icons for use in e-commerce designs.

30 High-Quality Icon Sets for E-Commerce Designs

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25 Stylish Examples of Web Forms

Jun 6 2009 by Jacob Gube | 47 Comments

A web form is the primary mode of permitting users to interact with a website. Whether it’s for signing up to a service, leaving a comment on a blog post, or writing an email through a web-based client such as Gmail – forms are a staple to modern websites and web applications.

In this showcase, you’ll be able to set your eyes on a few remarkable and well-constructed web form designs for inspirational ideas on how to build and design engaging and effective HTML forms.

1. Alexandru Cohaniuc

Alexandru Cohaniuc

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